Well, I’m born in the year of the dragon, plus I feel dragons are a perfect representative of inner power when we live authentically from our cores.
Dragons are mythical creatures known for their strength, wisdom, and ability to navigate through any situation - the same traits I wish to embody.
They breathe fire, not as a symbol of destruction, but as a representation of the passion I carry within me.
They fly high and reach the skies, as do my dreams and ambitions.
Moreover, dragons transcend typical boundaries.
They're not confined by gender or skin color but by their spirit and the strengths they represent.
This inclusivity and absence of stereotypes resonate deeply with my views on equality and diversity.
Being an introvert is like having a dragon’s lair – we may seem distant and guarded to those outside our circle, but for those we let in, we provide warmth, protection, and unwavering support.
Like the dragon, we have unique charm and magic that we share only with those we trust.
Also, in many cultures, dragons are considered to be bringers of luck, and I always want to carry that positive energy with me.
They symbolize growth and transformation, traits that resonate deeply with me as I believe in continuous self-improvement and embracing change.
So there you have it; my fascination with dragons is much more than a birth year alignment.
It reflects my personality, beliefs, and way of life.
But remember, you don’t have to be born in the year of the dragon to have a dragon spirit within you.
As long as you live your truth and ignite the fire in your heart, you are a dragon in your own right.
Like dragons, I aspire to live in a world where we embrace everyone for who they are, regardless of gender, race, or color.
So remember, we all have a bit of dragon spirit within us - no matter who we are or where we come from.
What does your dragon spirit represent? I'd love to hear your thoughts.